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The Tyne Valley Classic Motorcycle Club is a club for those who have an interest in old motorbikes. Ownership is not a requirement of membership.
The club was formed in 1989 as the Northumberland AJS & Matchless Owners Club (AMC). Robin Watson had placed an ad in the local paper to which John Hunter and Ken & Billy Bates responded; just like that - the club had it's founder members.
Meetings back then were at the Errington Arms on the Military Road. As the club grew it attracted owners of a wide variety of bikes, both British and foreign.
A re-think in the year 2000 saw some of the AMC members relocating to re-form their section and those remaining adopted our current title of 'TVCMC'. Although membership has grown considerably, a couple of our founder members are still with us - Robin has only recently stood down from being our chairman and now organises our annual club show.
If you like the idea of joining - come and see us at one of our club nights or e-mail us for application details.(Clicking on the underlined word will open your mail program with our e-mail address already inserted). If all else fails, contact details are on our 'Contact Us' page.
We currently meet from 7.30pm on the last Wednesday of each month at The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Saint Helen's Street, Corbridge. (See map)
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